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Austin Tindell, of Evarts, competed in the traditional world International Bowhunting Organization archery world championships on July 18-19 in Cloverdale, Ind. The Evarts Elementary School fifth-grader placed first in the hunter challenge cub archery shoot and second in the world cub competition. Tindell, 10, was shooting a wing 23-pound recurve bow. He has been shooting a bow since he was 4 and described his performance “as the happiest day of his life,” according to his father, Anthony, also a champion bowhunter who won a competition in Indiana earlier in the summer.
Austin Tindell, of Evarts, competed in the traditional world International Bowhunting Organization archery world championships on July 18-19 in Cloverdale, Ind. The Evarts Elementary School fifth-grader placed first in the hunter challenge cub archery shoot and second in the world cub competition. Tindell, 10, was shooting a wing 23-pound recurve bow. He has been shooting a bow since he was 4 and described his performance “as the happiest day of his life,” according to his father, Anthony, also a champion bowhunter who won a competition in Indiana earlier in the summer.
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Austin Tindell, of Evarts, competed in the traditional world International Bowhunting Organization archery world championships on July 18-19 in Cloverdale, Ind. The Evarts Elementary School fifth-grader placed first in the hunter challenge cub archery shoot and second in the world cub competition. Tindell, 10, was shooting a wing 23-pound recurve bow. He has been shooting a bow since he was 4 and described his performance “as the happiest day of his life,” according to his father, Anthony, also a champion bowhunter who won a competition in Indiana earlier in the summer.

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